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I love belts as much as the next person, but something in Netflix’s new show Emily in Paris is making me want to live a fully elasticated life. I love Paris, too, but the show is making me rethink the intriguing city. If you haven’t seen Emily in Paris, it follows a plucky social-media strategist on a European sojourn. She has a job she loves, but her colleagues—drawn crudely in nearly racist pencil strokes—are alienating-ly chic (I suspect they have a vicious WhatsApp group devoted to her brash Americanness). Lily Collins, despite the unavailability of effective rom and com in the script, dexterously shimmies the show from scene to scene with her relentless charm. I’m finding it hard to care which of the almost-identical Frenchmen Emily will end up with, but Emily in Paris has glimpses of absolutely excellent writing—her boss would “rather have a cigarette than lunch,” Chicago deep-dish pizza is likened to a quiche full of cement, Emily is savagely described as having “no references.”
The show is styled by the brilliantly irreverent Patricia Field, a woman who always wields the character extension of wardrobe with ease, but we have to talk about the frankly mad way Emily dresses. Her Parisian looks are a little on the nose: Emily in a sheer etching of the Eiffel Tower; Emily dressed as a Café Flore tablecloth; Emily as Audrey Hepburn at the opera. The rest of her wardrobe seems to be cribbed from a smooth TikTok algorithm. It’s almost like Field’s doing a sarcastic quip about Carrie Bradshaw’s penchant for pairing florals with aggressive accessories—a studded cummerbund on an Oscar de la Renta, a bouquet of roses as a bomber. The garments as individual pieces hold no malice—miniskirts and boots, a gingham short suit—but the way Emily’s ensembles are put together cheese-grates my eyes; it’s like all my apps are notifying me at the same time. The accessorizing is a blunt instrument, bludgeoning you with an Eiffel Tower charm, and whatever the look, your eye is drawn to a shouldn’t-work-and-doesn’t belt, a jarring circumference of leather. The styling has to be a deliberate plot device, surely? Will Emily transition from beret-wearing TikTok influencer into a beret-wearing chic French native? We have ten episodes to find out.
Hadid, who turns 24 on Friday, partook in an early birthday dinner with friends last night. For the occasion, she wore a mesh t-shirt, the kind of thing you would see tweens wearing in the 2000s while perusing their local Hot Topic. But Hadid made hers feel modern (and not at all Hot Topic-y) by styling hers with a cropped white tank, ripped jeans (also very Y2K), and layered gold necklaces underneath. Her black, pointy boots also helped give the outfit a fresh feel, as did the sparkly shoulder bag that she discreetly carried. Perhaps Hadid is stepping into fall and leaving behind her beloved, minimal pieces from the ’90s. If this trend in her wardrobe continues, we can only hope to see her revive babydoll dresses or the dress-over-jeans trend—because if someone can take on the challenge and pull that off, it’s Bella.
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- Material Type: 35% Cotton – 65% Polyester
- Soft material feels great on your skin and very light
- Features pronounced sleeve cuffs, prominent waistband hem and kangaroo pocket fringes
- Taped neck and shoulders for comfort and style
- Print: Dye-sublimation printing, colors won’t fade or peel
- Wash Care: Recommendation Wash it by hand in below 30-degree water, hang to dry in shade, prohibit bleaching, Low Iron if Necessary
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